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Fourthly, the Mylodon Darwinii, a closely related genus of little inferior size.
They were associated with twenty- three species of shells, of which thirteen are recent and four others very closely related to recent forms.
The Tinochorus is closely related to some other South American birds.
He was never married, and had no near kindred but ourselves and one other person, not more closely related than we.
Some authors believe that long-continued domestication eliminates this strong tendency to sterility: from the history of the dog I think there is some probability in this hypothesis, if applied to species closely related together, though it is unsupported by a single experiment.
I wanted to go to Aquila--the opposite of Rome in every respect, and actually founded in a spirit of enmity towards that city (just as I also shall found a city some day), as a memento of an atheist and genuine enemy of the Church--a person very closely related to me,--the great Hohenstaufen, the Emperor Frederick II.
During his last fifteen years Pope's original work was done chiefly in two very closely related fields, first in a group of what he called 'Moral' essays, second in the imitation of a few of the Satires and Epistles of Horace, which Pope applied to circumstances of his own time.
Bradley now realized the strategy that the pair had used to capture him and at once concluded that he was in the power of reasoning beings closely related to the human race if not actually of it.
The introduction attains its most malevolent development in this century, being, indeed, closely related to our political system.
Captain Lydgate's stupidity was delicately scented, carried itself with "style," talked with a good accent, and was closely related to Sir Godwin.
He confirmed that people should consider influenza vaccines to protect themselves, even if the vaccine is not closely related to the predominant circulating virus at moment.